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A heist story unlike any before! Mega-churches are being robbed for millions of dollars by a crusader hacker group known as Samaritan who is giving the money to causes they deem more worthy. This modern day “Robin Hood” is being pursued by two FBI agents who actually admire their quarry but want to stop the theft before it escalates.

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C1:5 Retailer Incentive CoverRahsan Ekedal3
D1:10 Signed Retailer Incentive CoverRahsan EkedalMissing
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The Tithe is a strange book, one that is definitely weird by the standards of “normal” or regular comic books. There aren’t any super heroes (or at least, not yet…) and it starts off with a bit of a scathing indictment of major organized religions, megachurches and the financial improprieties of individuals who lead this insitutions. As someone with a murky (at best) religious outlook, this book seemed to be tailor made for me, because it seems to skewer the establishmen...

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